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css web code learning videos actual beginners resources request

  1. since changing web code is highly dependent on the web devs of a site (if site changes a little in their code, it destorys your css code)

  2. and assuming that basic little knowledge of web code stuff is more harmful than useful, or at least not helpful

then obviulsy its not worthwhile for me to learn web code stuff

  1. since there's so few things it's neeeded for

  2. since it'll just be forgetten due to lack of use (like foreign langs, and many other useless knowledge)

even given this, i still would liek to know if there's curetnlty any good sites to learn basics of web code stuff?

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examples of things that i've tried a lil in the past that were not good and defintley were not for beginners are:

  • freecodecamp (too many gaps, doesnt explain/show things, too many leaps)

  • odin

  • some kind of 'getting started' mozilla (an insane amount of technical terminolgoy and bloat, lots and lots of excessiveness, very very confusing) - doesnt show/expalin thigns simply

  • amazon books that were exteremly wordly, doesnt get to the point in 1-line or 1-page, and made me fall alsleep (so i closed the pdf of the boring book found on google)

i still would liek to know if there's curetnlty in 2018 any good sites to learn basics of web code stuff?

any really good links for an generalised summary/overview of how web code essentially works without all the excessive details?

this could be done with many other topics/things so tehre should eventually be a good link on the web one day for this web code stuff?

Comments

  • edited June 2018 Firefox
    I think almost all of us learned this "web code stuff" by creating our own websites. Basic stuff can be easily achieved. You don't even need CSS or JS. You need to learn basic HTML first, which is not hard and a matter of days.

    I can't recommend particular tutorials as I don't have time to go through them (it's boring if you already know the stuff) and the stuff I personally used in the past is too old (contains deprecated commands and practices) and not in english language.

    But there are so many tutorials on the internet, I am sure there are some decent ones. Learning takes effort and patience.

    /edit
    This looks good to me
    https://www.learn-html.org/
    It also has a box to directly test your code. We didn't have that comfort in the past...
    Forget about the library / bootstrap stuff mentioned there. Learn plain html / css written in a text editor without using libraries first!
  • unless you try to develop your own site with css but only try to change with stylish then you will see it's not much thing to know for do it.

    just try download other's work then assemble as like remove lines one by one to see how the works effect on sites. then try to understand how and why the line change the something on here and their to understand how to order the themes with stylish(or stylus) with devtools(press F12 key to pop it out, it will show you how html looks like)

    I haven't tutored about computer language stuff yet, but css thing is most easy one to learn only with lot of free examples on this site.
  • question still unanswered

    anyone know?

  • What question?
    Stop spamming the forums, start reading some tutorials! It's not hard, it always depends on the site you are editing!
  • edited June 2018 Firefox

    1. and assuming that basic little knowledge of web code stuff is more harmful than useful, or at least not helpful

    then obviulsy its not worthwhile for me to learn web code stuff


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  • Stop spamming the forums

    8 threads going on the front page, each one dumber than the last. You guys think it might be time to stop feeding the troll?

  • Oh, I don't think it's a troll. I think it's a very young unexperienced guy with lots of questions and and no patience.
  • apmwtwm

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